The digital banking shift, digital payments, cryptocurrencies and artificial intelligence (AI) are critical factors behind escalating global financial crime compliance costs that exceed $200 billion. Those are among the findings in LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study for 2023.
Proposed regulations recently released by the Treasury Department help bring added clarity to participants in the digital asset economy. But the process is far from over. Investors, centralized crypto exchanges, payment processors, some hosted wallet providers, and some decentralized exchanges are the most affected. Miners, stakers and developers are not impacted.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can significantly improve loan decisioning accuracy, but several factors must be considered to maximize that effectiveness. Luckily, given some care and consideration, Zest AI’s chief legal officer Teddy Flo said they can be easily applied.
Card skimming is still a problem in the United States because the victims refuse to take medicines that have long proven safe and effective. Do that, and the pain goes away.